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A changing Bangladesh in the 50th episode

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A changing Bangladesh in the 50th episode

‘Badle Gawa Bangladesh’, a documentary series about homeless and homeless people and their changing lives, has just passed its 50th episode.

The show will air on Ekushey Television at 8 p.m. on November 13. Since May 20 this year, ‘Badle Gana Bangladesh’ has started its journey with the changing people and quality of life in Sunamganj. The team has already set foot in every upazila of 16 districts.

The documentary has received acceptance from various levels of Bangladesh government institutions, administration and the general public.

A 6-member team visits remote parts of the country and captures the lives of landless, homeless and unaddressed floating people with sophisticated cameras.

Without any prior preparation or organization, the Bangladeshi team made a quick decision and reached the designated shelter project. Raises the voice of the real landless and disadvantaged homeless.

Beneficiaries of development tell their lives in their own words.

The changed team from Bangladesh is busy filming in Khulna and Satkhira region after touring 16 districts in the country since May 20. The stories of helpless people will be presented to the public by visiting 64 neighborhoods in stages.

This is the first documentary series like “Badle Gwana Bangladesh” in the country’s television industry.

In the 50th episode, the audience talks about the quality of life of the people of Saghata Upazila of Gaibandha and the achievements of the helpless families. Behind the scenes of the turnaround.

The documentary “Badle Gawa Bangladesh” was produced by Rabiul Hasan Avi, member of the management committee of the Bangabandhu Memorial Trust and director of Ekushey Television. Principal Secretary Tofazzal Hossain and Principal Secretary’s Private Secretary Kaycharul Islam provided general support and guidance.



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